Who we are:
The NYC Doula Collective is a collective of doulas serving New York City and the surrounding areas with labor and postpartum services. We offer both quality care for birthing women and a space for doulas to build a strong sense of doula community. The NYC Doula Collective brings together seasoned doulas and those new to their practice to form a collective of doulas offering labor and postpartum services to expectant and new parents in the NYC area. Our organization emphasizes professionalism, mentoring, community, and accountability.
What we provide:
Mentoring is a primary and essential part of the NYC Doula Collective. Our seasoned doulas in tiers 5 and 6 serve as mentors to doulas newer to their practice, furthering their education beyond the initial doula training that all of our doulas participate in. This relationship begins when doulas join the collective and continues until they become seasoned doulas themselves. Having a mentor is a requirement for our doulas in the first three tiers of our collective. Doulas choose who they’d like to be their mentor.
The NYC Doula Collective has a strong commitment to creating doula community. We host 1-2 meetings per month. These meetings create a space to discuss our work ethic, ask questions, role-play, share birth stories, and foster a deep sense of unity while assisting in building experience. All doulas are expected to regularly attend meetings.
At all levels within the collective, we are consistently growing and learning together, striving to provide the best possible labor and postpartum support to NYC families.
We are always accepting applications for new doulas interested in Tier 1.
What we’re looking for:
The ideal applicant is passionate and committed to doula work, professional, has attended a doula training, is certified or working towards certification, has attended 0-5 births, and is interested in our mentoring model. She must be truly interested in becoming a full-time professional doula, ready to take on 3-4 clients per month. She should have an understanding and commitment to being on-call, availability to attend collective meetings, and actively participate in the mentoring relationship.